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, this is bulls and bears and let's get to it. here they are the bears, gary b smith, tobin smith, jonas max ferris and matt mccall, and former clinton-gore complain advertiser. welcome to everybody. >> gary b, what's the first thing the president should do this new year to get the jobs back? >> well, as a matter of fact, brenda, corporations are hiring. they're just doing it overseas. and the reason they're doing it overseas is because, a, the cost of labor is cheaper and b, the cost of business is cheaper. now, we can't affect the cost of labor overseas, but we can affect the cost of doing business and it speaks right back to the point that you made and what canada is doing, cutting corporate taxes and i think we have the second highest corporate tax rate in the world. if we just made it easier to do business here for corporations, i can almost guarantee you, we will see a nice spike in hiring. >> well, richard, you would say probably that the government has done enough already, tax credits, there's been all of the stimulus, what advice would you give the president at this time? >> your a
a prop, matt, what do you think. >> up about 20% this year, so 14,000, just a little less than gary b. >> all bullish here. >> conservative. >> all right, happy new year, we hope it's a very prosperous one for you. up next, the cost of freedom continues. continues. >> fox on top of the new congress preparing to storm into washington, and fighting to get on top of spending going over the top. hello, i'm charles payne and happy new year, neil cavuto will be back next week. a deficit busting lock box, the problem, there's no lock, there's no box, there's no key and worse, even if they were, there's no money. from dagen mcdowell and mike, and gary k. the new lock box, what you do you make of it? >> how did that social security lock box go? that's all i can tell you. i must tell you, charles, this is disheartening for me. the republicans come in, talk about cutting deficits, fixing the spending problem and this is the only answer? this is quite disheartening, if i'm then, they've got to realize they won the election and get in front of the cameras, three years ago we spent 3 trillion less
and bears this week, gary b. smith, tobin smith along with matt mccall, president of penn financial group and democratic consultant chris hahn. welcome to everybody. gary b. >> thanks for having us. >> who's right? >> well, i think, you know, the right is right in this case. look, let's look at it from a few different perspectives. one, did the stimulus work or does it work? well, if the goal was and i think it was to cut unemployment, unemployment now is actually higher than it was when stimulus was first started so clearly, they get an f there. 2, as far as cutting back, you know, the republicans basically want two things. they want to cut back to 2008, leaving out defense, homeland security and things like that. that's exactly what corporations did. they meant to tighten their belt and some of the specific things they tighten, you know, the left says there's no specifics. there's things in there that people would scratch their head. $250 million a year, brenda, assistance to egypt. does egypt need $250 million? do we get money from them? we give sugar farmers $14 million a year. we f
'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears and get to it. the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith, tobin smith, jonas max ferris, eric bolling along with democratic strategist and fox news contributor gemu. eric, government motors and you say-- >> first of all, aim not sure that government motors gets it yet. the for a long time we say that the union business model is broken. and when you pay people double what they're paid in the private sector and three and four times the amount of berths and guaranteed job security, it can't last and gm basically said we want to tie some performance goals to pay the yuaw, it's on tomorrow of what they're gaining. eliminate the original contract and start fresh from a brand new clean slate. >> brenda: part of the issues the unions actually have skin in the game and they may want the company to do well. >> exactly. and you know, eric is right, but the problem is, that any additional costs, you know, it impacts negatively the bottom line. the union wants gm to be as profitable as they can. they have part ownership in the company. so, i think this whole m
if you are heading out tonight to church tomorrow. i'm here with gary. you know, gary, i was out with some friends a couple of days ago, stanley and mary ella mccullough. married 34 years today. >> this is a set up -- setup. when he went out with them, he said can you get our names on t v? how long have they been married? >> 34 years. >> 34 years is a wonderful t hing. a lot better than the temperatures. >> now we're being to shut up. now that we've -- >> finish your story. >> they pay you the big pucks. we have to talk about the weather. >> i don't get paid by the word. what was their name? >> stanley and mary eta. >> sweet couple 34 years of marriage. >> and they have big plans tonightor -- tonight or t omorrow. so talk about the weather. >> it's cold, 30 degrees. got plenty of time left to cover how cold it is. we don't -- we don't need more time. it's cold! high pressure is in control. this is starting to sound like a segment of otw. 10 for germantown. we'll have single digits. stanley-- >> mary eta. >> a little cuddle alert. >> thank you. >> forget to layer, forget to bundle
from people at stanford. >> the 49ers have a new coach. gary radnich is here with more. >> jim harbaugh has the money and everything that goes long with it but york pulled it out today. hey, it happened. five years, $25 million. by now you heard the stories five times. on wednesday looks like the 49ers, on thursday, the dolphins. this morning, even stanford still in it. at 3:30 this afternoon, jim harbaugh did the talking, she the new coach of the 49ers. >> these have been great days going through this process. it's the perfect competitive opportunity for me and the rest of the san francisco organization to be a part of a team, a team that has a chance to win. i am excited about the san francisco 49ers. one of the legendary franchises in football. >> the football will take care of itself. but right now gives the fans hope. people talking about the new stadium. a little bit of gusto. and what this guy does. he has to win in the long run, but in the short run the 49ers go from door mat to wow! look what they did, got the most desired coach in the conductry, came to lead our team. we will
to it. the bulls and bears this week, gary b smith, tobin smith. jonas max ferris, eric bolling, along with caroline, she is associate professor of politics at occidental college. welcome to everybody. so, eric, repeal it and create jobs? >> yeah, create jobs, bring it out, professor. how do you argue with this. nonpartisan cbo says 650,000 jobs would be if you repeal it and small business state represents, 1.6 million jobs would come back if we repeal it and two-thirds of them held by small businesses and right now small businesses need the work the most and i say get rid of it, the g.o.p. is right. professor a lot of the democrats say we'll need more nurses, more doctors, more in the health care industry. >> we'll seat creation of 500,000 jobs in terms of nurses and doctors, but i think eric, what you're not taking into account is it the 250 to 400,000 jobs per year that companies do not hire because of rising premium costs, premiums have doubled in the last ten years. >> and-- >> professor, haw how about the last year, up 4% and that's wag go stop that. >> i have to ask-- >> i don't
coming up, "the communicators" talks with consumer electronics association president gary shapiro on the need for more broadcast spectrum to meet the demands from wireless devices. >> this week on "the communicators," our guest is gary shapiro, the president and ceo of the consumer electronics association. >> host: well, we've invited gary shapiro, president and ceo of the consumer electronics association, to be on "the communicators" with us to discuss several different issues. we want to get his impressions from the recent consumer electronics show held in will have, we also -- las vegas, we also want to talk about some of the policy issues facing his industry and we also want to discuss his new book, "the comeback: how innovation will restore the american dream." gary shapiro, if we could start with the consumer electronics show. what were some of the innovative or new technology telecommunications products that were on display out in vegas? >> guest: well, first, peter, thanks for having me. coming back from the international ces which really marks the beginning of the innovat
for the ncaa tournament? >> i don't think so. neither one. >> you think they are in. >> i think gary's gonna get his team ready to go. he still has a couple of weeks in january, february and march. >> i grew up as a hoya fan and i grew up in maryland. with the little talent that gary does, and john thompsons is teaching princeton offense. bring georgetown basketball b ack. >> let's talk about georgetown. they've had two big wins on the road. >> we asked that question about gt 3. is his john in jeopardy -- >> no. i think both of them are in the hole. it will take them a while because they are in the big e ast, they are in the acc. >> thank you, gentlemen, for coming in once again. we'll have you in -- have you in again. i promise. the ratings go up when these gentlemen are in. good night!
>>> this week on "the communicators" our guest is gary shapiro the president and ceo of the consumer electronics association. >> well we have invited gary shapiro, president and ceo of the consumer electronics association to be on "the communicators" with us. to discuss several different issues. we want to give his impressions from the recent consumer electronics show held in las vegas. we also want to talk about some of the policy issues facing his industry. and we also want to discuss his new book, the comeback how innovation will restore the american dream. gary shapiro if we could start with the electronic. what were some of the innovative for the new technologies telecommunications products that were on display in vegas? barracks thanks for having me. coming back from the international ces that marks the beginning of the technological era for the world it just gives you cause for optimism because look, i thought we had 27 different companies introducing some 20,000 new products in about 1.6 million square feet of exhibit space and with all those products out ther
health care bill on line. this week on "the communicators," our guest is gary shapiro. >> we have invited gary shapiro, ceo of the consumer electronics association to be on "the communicators" with us to discuss the consumer electronics show held in las vegas. we also wanted to discuss the policy issues facing this industry and discuss his new book, "the comeback." if we could start with the consumer electronics show, what were some of the innovative or new technology, telecommunications products that were on display in las vegas? >> first of all, thank you for having me. it is nice to be beginning the innovation and technology here for the world. at the show, we had 27 different companies introducing 20,000 new products. what all those products out there, there is a huge array of great things. ford used the opportunity to give a speech about the first ever electric car that only requires a three-hour charge, which is a major breakthrough. that is not consumer electronics, but increasingly, cars are consumer electronics products. we saw a lot of big television screens with 3-d and
. >> one was just gary small pieces and swallowed it. and they were just seemed to be just sampling it. it was on top of a filing cabinet. and it was determined that this was non-toxic to humans. and after she heard what was happened she was upset because the cool did not did have answers-- and what is crazy. and nobody wants to deal with this. the crew will investigate. the school district says that this proportion was placed and its different parts of the school. this-rapports and was placed in different parts of the school. and where with this students? and we're with the instructors? questions are still being asked. reporting, live, jeff bush. >> low visibility, over the bridges. and some sprinkles the remaining. you can see on stormtracker 4. the remaining will be pushing through to this evening. and it will stay on the cooler side, low 50s in the number of locations. and that fog is certainly going to be a different story:overnight. dryer air, with showers tapering off. dense fog our inland valley locations. mostly sunny, and temperatures are going to get warmer. will talk about
the northeast. gary mcgrady is in the weather center tonight. are we talking about unprecedented cold here? >> any time you are 10-15 degrees below normal, especially with the daytime highs, that is definitely a cold snap. i think the real unpress -- unprecedented cold is farther up to the north. the center of this arctic air mass, this second one if you will, has stayed farther to the north so our temperatures, while bitter cold this morning, we were able to warm today to at least around 30. 32 for reagan national. dulles is 31. bwi 29. the wind has already switched to the south and that's helping us and that will be a huge player too in what is happening coming up with this next storm system. we're 29 degrees right now. the center of the cold, the bitter cold air mass, look at new york city, 19 degrees and boston 12. binghamton, new york, 12. and just over canada, temperatures around zero. that is by far unprecedented cold, cold air mass. but very important. everything that happened this morning, we had such cold weather this morning, sue is outside, i think this morning, without snow pa
, gary? >> a little bit of everything is what we can expect. it will end as snow. so snow accumulation always so important. we'll have that coming up and plus the full forecast. stay with us as fox 5 news at 5:00 continues. we'll be right back.  >>> it was seen as one of lincolns last official acts before assassinated. a pardon for a civil war union soldier. but now experts say the date on the pardon was changed. matt acland is following this story from the news room. >> reporter: we got to see the document in question today. it was a pardon for a soldier by the name the patrick murphy. he was sentenced to death for desserting his post. they believe the pardon was in 1864. they claim thomas lowry changed it with his own pen to a date of 1865 which made the document appear much more valuable. >> you have to take a step back and realize that abraham lincoln handled this document. >> reporter: look at the official pardon. that is lincoln's handwriting and his signature. but the date, the 5 at the end, archive investigators say it has been changed. >> this man is pardoned and he
will the temps hang around. we will get to gary mcgrady. how long will they hang around? >> too long. >> the high temperature 27 degrees here in the city and i suspect most of the area is in the mid to upper 20s for highs too and we are going to warm up and as we get into the overnight, it will kick up a little bit and not windy today. barely a breeze and that saved us with the extreme windchill values. we have cheer skies out there. 23 degrees in the city. gaithersburg, 19, winchester 22. fredericksburg, it is very, very cold. look across the bay. out there towards cambridge and then eastern. and stevensville, all in the upper teens. as long as the skies are clear and the wind remains fairly calm, the temperatures will be continuing to fall. and in some places quite rapidly over the next few hours. it is beginning to pick up in the next few hours. and it feels like 14 degrees and winchester and culpepper and fredericksburg, not much of a wind there. clear skies tonight. temperatures back down to the teens for everybody. we are not forecasting single digits out in the suburbs tonight, it is proba
working smoke alarms that couldn't make the deeply sleeping kids or their dad. gary neurenberg is there with an alternative parents may want to consider. gary? >> reporter: derek and anita, some children have the same brain wave activity when they are asleep as an adult does when he or she is in a coma. we don't know if 9-year-old kimberly hernandez was in a deep sleep before she died today but we do know there are smoke detector alternatives that might save the day in a similar situation. >> reporter: several people inside. the father says the smell of the smoke woke him up not the smoke alarm. >> which is untypical because if you're already smelling that smoke chances are you're not going to wake up. >> reporter: five got out. 9 and 13-year-old girls trapped the mother desperately trying to save them. >> climbing in through the middle window to get her children. >> they were screaming and yelling trying to get into the house to get the babies out of there and electric lines kept popping and he can -- popping and exploding. >> reporter: kimberly died. the 13-year-old sister
of that on the list of cuts being made by some house republicans this weekend. gary nurenberg is here with details on how the pain will be spread all around if this were to go through. gary. >> derek, this is from the republican study commission in the house, and it's designed to cut federal spending by $2.5 trillion over the next decade. a way to make a dent in the deficit. on the shopping block, the federal subsidy for metro and the annual 2 hundred 10 million dc gets in lou of all of the federal facilities. they target the federal government, freezing civilian pay for five years, aiming for a 15% reduction in the work force. bad idea, the partnership for public service told us. >> you don't go in with a sledgehammer when it calls for a scalpel. there may be some cuts made, but they need to be strategic. not across the board. >> about time for federal workers to take the hit. >> i think federal benefits frankly are so generous. i mean, federal workers get a defined benefit plan, a defined contribution pension plan. those benefits are so lucrative that i think a federal wage freeze is not going t
hearing public comment. seeing none? thank you. i'd reich to adjourn our meeting tonight in honor of gary hazelhof if er. he recently retired. he leaves behind a wife and two children. he was a dedicated member much our san francisco police department and he will be missed by this police family and by his family. i worked with gary as a prosecutor, and he always had a smile on his face, and he always had a good thing to say. reading some of the comments in his owe pitch ri -- obituary talking about the other officers and what true partners they were. i would like to adjourn tonight's hearing in honor of former police officer gary hazelhoffer. >> second. >> the time is 7:18. [at 7:18 p.m. the meeting is adjourned] >> please turn off your cell phones and pagers. commission president thomas mazzucco? president mazzucco: present. >> commissioner dejesus? >> en route. >> commissioner carol kingsley? >> present. >> commission president, you have a quorum. president mazzucco: thank you. welcome to the december 12, -- the december 1, 2010 session. we have a light calendar, but we will have severa
, with the heavy snow rates the next few hours and that is from midnight. let's go to gary mcgrady and are you seeing anymore lightning strikes showing up? >> reporter: i'm not. based on what i am seeing, the heaviest of the snow is from the district and that is to the northwest and that is on the potomac river. those of you either side, whether or not you're in loudoun county or western- southwestern secs of montgomery county, and that is the heaviest now. i had an indication that there could be a thunderstorm moving through there and just a few minutes ago, we had the lightning strike right there in chevy chase and that is in northwest and confirmed by a lot of people seeing the thunder and lightning and as you can see here, you can see where the snow is and that is all that gray on the radar from the district and that touched annapolis and severna park and baltimore south and some heavy snow. and to that bay, it's rain and true view will show you how the whole storm is moving along, the rain with the head of the storm and where that warm air is coming up and that classic area of low pressur
shriver are paying their final respects. it is being held in georgetown. gary neurenberg is there live. gary, you talked at 5 p.m. about a lot of life and a lot of contributions that sergeant shriver made to his country in between that dash. >> reporter: lesli, the service is appropriately taking place here in georgetown mourners are gathered for the wake that will begin this evening. john shriver was john kennedy's brother-in-law. founder of the peace corps. ran in the 1972 campaign against richard nixon. ran for president himself before moving on to charitable pursuits including running the special olympics. as mourners come into the church this afternoon they are handed a prayer card with a speech that sergeant shriver gave to yale in 1984. let me read from that to share. it says, quote, "i hope you remember to believe in things until you die. i hope you remember to be guided by beliefs powerful enough to change the world. i hope you remember the example of the peace corps volunteer, the head start parents, the special olympics athletes. they each in their own way are waging peace.
highway between southern and central california which is very unusual. >> hey, gary, you know what it's like when we get a couple of inches here and that must have been chaos. they go crazy. >> they can't do anything there. >> and you see them there? >> and that is colder here than it has been. >> and the temperatures are dropping out there. the clear skies and really low dew points which, means we have a dry atmosphere and the wind is light. the temperatures are dropping out there and let's show you what is happening. we have clear skies now. can you see the clear weather to the west of us across ohio and out of chicago? north of louisville. eventually, i think, part of that moves across overnight tonight and that will make us mostly cloudy at times. before then, the temperatures are cold. 38 now and that is down from temperatures in the lower 40s. dulles, 36; frederick, 36; and in baltimore, 34 degrees and this is not the right forecast, obviously. this goes back to new year's eve and you can take that down. sorry, didn't get updated. what it is is clear skies and real, real cold. a
there and these temperatures are plunging just in time for the weekend. gary mcgrady is in the weather center with a look at what we can expect. how cold are we talking? >> single digitsover night. this is one of those weekends if you don't have to be outside you don't want to. going to have sunshine but it will be cold. numbers just to put this in perspective for you, fargo is minus 3, international falls minus 8. chicago 7, cincinnati 14. right here back at home the temperature for d.c. is sitting at 28 degrees. all across the area tonight the temperatures are dropping down well into the 20s. here we take a little look closer to oh home. haguarstown 19. the temperatures will keep dropping. right now, i think temperatures in the city bottom out about 17 degrees. annapolis 16. gaithersburg 10. we'll have single digits, too. there is a chance i might have to revisit these temperatures and bring them down a little bit more. very, very cold air mass settling in for the weekend. >> not what we wanted to hear, but that's the way it rolls. thank you, gary. >>> you can depend on fox 5 when winter weather strike
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known for contemporar praise anworship music. recently our own gary lane went to sidney to look at the world's most successful churches. [singing]. >> contempory christian praise songs, mighty to save. it is so popular the songs are sung in small churches in remote parts of the world. hillsonghas released a total of 40 albums, praise music that influences all ages over the world. >> we were intentional about writing the kind of songs that affected our church and glorified god. honestly, it is a miracle. you couldt market the kind o opportunity we have had. the praise and worship and mix of song writers and gifted people that are gathered here. it is just a local church having church. >> god has given senior pastor, brian houston to help propel it into an international phenomenon. houston and his wife bobby started hills christian life center in 1983 with only 45 minutes and grew to 900 people. services held in a warehouse moving to the current location in 1997. god has blessed hillsong church expanding the ministries and transforming lis. >> 23,000 people attend services on any
. the birthplace of christianity. gary lane has that story from jerusalem. >> reporterholy land is the land of conflict and strife, security fences and check points, a land where 3 faiths, christianity, islam and judais intersect. >> from this country, our faith began. and in this country, our hole essence of christianity was started in this area of the world. yet it is a place where the christian minority is disaparing. >> you feel like somebody is choking you and no way out. i need to get out and find some where else. >> this is via dell rosa. thousands come to walk in the stepings of jesu what about the christia that live here? many are leaving. this could be become like are a christian diseny land, a fine place to visit, but without a christian presence. 4500 christians lived in 1940, todayless than 10,000. the numbers are staggering, christians leaving by the thousands. those living in israel, gaza and west bank total only about 150,000. that is less than percent of the population. brian bush is president of the christian foundation for holy land. >> if that christian exodus continues
in action tonight. gary has hilts straight ahead and one of the best players in college basketball lives up to the hype. as two top 10 teams square off. gary has all the sports. he is next. d >>> all right. good evening, everybody. warriors against a good team. it's not going to happen this season. curry and hisinates on a eight game home stand, they had the furs on monday and new orleans riding a 9 game winning streak coming in and chris paul finds resaw. he had 19. paul is the guy. paul 18 points 17 assists. west had 22. and the warriors never in this. you looking for a silver lining. they were down by 25 and came back to lose by 9. 112-103. warriors lost three straight. game of the night. utah, san diego versus byu. best guy in the country, scores 43 of byu's 71 points and if you are like me, college basketball, all the good players go to the pros. this was tremendous. this kid is fifth career 40 point night. snapped san diego winning streak. 71-58. took them a half hour to clear the floor as byu wins san diego state. sharks, kings. one more before the all star break. here we go. his fif
chill over our area. up next gary has the updated current conditions and your working week forecast that could include some snow.  >>> another cold day out there, but i don't have to tell you that if you spent any time out. high temperatures mid- to upper 20s today. at least at national it made it to 32, but it never felt like that with wind chill factors in the teens and lower 20s most of the day. messy mix looks like it's coming wednesday, big change here. now we're dry on tuesday, the last several days thinking maybe that by tuesday the storm system moves in. well, no. it looks like it's holding off till wednesday and there is still a chance that it will miss us altogether, okay? we'll talk more about that in a second in the five day. 21 in the city, gaithersburg 14. winds begin to calm down a bit, but the wind chill values still in d.c. is down off the temperature. it feels like 11 degrees out this and manassas feels like 6 for you. high tomorrow colder than today, only 28, winds not really a problem tomorrow, though. 45 on tuesday, so sunshine comes back tuesday. we get
on the game's final play and awarns in a life time run that set it all up. gary has the highlights highlights and all the sports, gary is up next. fee court is now in session. ♪ [ judge ] let me get this straight -- you changed flights in order to get home to your buddies for new year's. and i paid the difference in airfare... plus, i paid a 150-dollar change fee. oh, man! southwest would never do that. how did it cost you 150 dollars to change my ticket? your honor, will we be here very long? 150 bucks for a five-minute transaction?! kid, put it on your credit card and stop complaining. [ coughing ] guilty. [ male announcer ] don't pay a change fee on top of a fare difference. fly southwest, the only airline with no change fees. >>> all right. good evening, everybody. college football crowned a national championship. 78,000 in arizona. cam newton and auburn versus the oregon ducks. newton, though, 30 yards here to blake. threw for 265 words, rushed for 65. michael james, 88 total yards. couple of scores and then late in the contest when thomas back of his body, tide at 19 on the two-point
. on the following pittsburgh possession, gibbs creating and gibbs sharg. gary mcgee, wide open for the mcdu. j.t. 3, not pleas. hoyas showing a litt bit of fight. chris wright comes up with the steal. goesn for the finish. hoyas still down by 17 at the half. the entire georgetown team outsred by the pittsburgh backcourby one in the first half. na lubic, this ain't looking good. pitt goes up by 20. check out the stent section. dude, we're struggng. georgetown les to pittsburgh 72-57. georgetown now 1-4 in e big east, their worst cference start since 1999. >> it's concerning. you're 1-4 and the toughest league in th country. th's almost a rhetorical question, isn it? we still have a lot of ball to be played. you're fave ges into an 18-game ason. we can still fht our w out of it and we ha to. it's literally a gauntle you have to run in the b east with ven top 25 teams. >> he's right. if that's not the toughest, it certaiy is one of them. >> it's up tre. they are monsters. maryland made wake forest look ke winthrop in the acc. mypologies to winthrop. that's really not fair to them. the terps controlle
a dozen people so far this year. >> they're now helping out the county police. gary nurenberg was there when the chief met with residents tonight to spell out the situation. gary. >> reporter: well, derek and anita, these additional resources are expected to help. but for families of the dead, that is little. >> this one thing is not going to define 22 years of my child. >> reporter: it is more than pictures of crime scenes and homicides statistics when your son is among the 12 murder victims. >> the sheriff showed up my home at 4:20 on tuesday to tell me my only child had been shot and killed. >> reporter: families of other victims deal with their grief by carrying photos and building memorials. >> what they need is your help. >> reporter: interim police chief met with residents thursday night. residents with questions about the growing number of murders. >> this used to be dc's record of a murder a day at the start of the new years. >> we have several children. so we were just really concerned and wanted to find out more about what is going on and what the police tend to do
points. now, tied at 63, under three to play and gary clark, not with the former redskin and nails to put wake forest up and with under a minute to play, puts them up seven and wake forest with the first conference win and uva lost five of the last six and cavaliers lost 76-71. >>> elsewhere, howard snapped a 9-game losing skid and defeats umes, 77-73 and catholic, on a day when they celebrate, they beat june yacha, 68 -- juniata. 68-42. >>> when we come back, tiger woods stays on the right path of the farmer's insurance open. the highlights and low lights around the corner.  >> welcome back. itory pines has log been a friendly course for tiger woods. he admitted it was a struggle all day long as he shot over par for the first time since 2002. he's currently tied for 24th and the worst finish is a tie for 10th and do not count him out yet. after back-to-back days, tiger woods lost his mojo and omnipark for fifth, the long putt to save par and that is off the mark. he bogies the hole, on the first five holes of the day and then on the par 5, 13th, not much better and tiger kno
and then becomes one of the nation's most successful goer ins. gary johnson, possible candidate for the white house. >>> and charles phan uses 20 credit cards to open his first restaurants. our reporters, from national public radio, laura seidel. this week on "press here." >> good morning. i'm scott mcgrew. my first guest has climbed mt. evere everest, self made man and may have his eye on something even bigger. of course,s former new mexico governor gary johnson isn't a candidate. there are no candidates for the 2012 race yet, except for presumably barack obama. but lots of very conservative people would like to see the republican make a run for the presidency. as new mexico's governor johnson lowered taxes and cut spending, vetoing more bills than any governor. in fact, more vetoes than all the governors in all the other 49 states put to the. and yet he was still wildly popular. easily winning a second term even though new mexico ans usually vote democratic by 2-1. new mexican law said he couldn't run a third time, so instead johnson started a police call movement he calls our america. his politi
've seen this winter. gary, who is inside, by the way, is downstairs with more on this dangerous weather situation. >> reporter: i don't even want to go outside when i get to leave, that's how cold it is out there. temperatures are really d ropping. today was not -- eequaled the coldest days we've seen so far this season. 28 for reagan. 25 for dulles, bwi, 25 degrees for high temperatures. but plenty cold. this is probably, though, the cold -- i have toy states probably -- it is the coldest air mass we've seen this season. as brutally cold as it has been out there, not only us but farther up to the northwest, t oo, with temperatures well below zero up in the central plains. look at this. all around the city. the bottom has just dropped out of the temperatures. here in town, we're 22. manassas, 10. gaithersburg. there are a lot of 10-degree readings on the map. if you factor in the wind with the wind chill it's a little bit colder in some locations, but one of the reasons why the temperatures are drooping so fast is because the -- dropping so fast is because the wind is calming down. it's
to deliver answers. gary. >>> and some clipper snow today. didn't amount to much. key have some snow tomorrow and talk about the full forecast coming up.  >> thousands of families are in the dark as utility companies struggle to get the power back on two days after the storm. at last check, pepco still has 74,000 customers without power. bg&e, 2300, and dominion virginia 5100 in the dark. stacey cohan has more on how people are coping. we went to 30 hours from people not having their power back on. >> it's tough. >> reporter: i got mine back overnight and i am fortunate. losing power is annoying or inconvenience, you have to stay with friends or spring for a hotel. for some days without power can lead to financial disaster. if this is your idea of a knight in shining armor, you must be one of the thousands without power. we did find pepco crews working through this morning's flurries and clearly, there is much left to be done. a quick cruise around the city and surrounding suburbs revealed multiple tree lined streets and not in a good way. power lines dropping across the
are seeing the deep freeze stretch all the way up to the northeast. >> gary mcgrady has it. >> it is cold outside. but the interesting thing about the overnight period, we reached the low temperatures about 2:00 in the morning. since then, temperatures have been coming up a little bit. it is still very cold out there. and earlier this morning we were up to the single digits and lower teens. you can see with temperatures coming in this morning rather in the middle to upper teens. combination of cloud cover in some places. the wind briefly switched to the southwest. that helped get them up a little bit. bull less 18. and winchester 25 degrees. when it warms like everyone else. we have warmer winds generally coming in from the southwest that is what is happening. there are colder temperatures to the northwest. they will come through later this morning and hold temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s. little bit of a wind out there right now. windchill factor. gaithersburg, 19. and the wind is going to be the noticeable difference in today's forecast from what we had yesterday. we were co
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working with county police. gary was there when the chief met with residents to spell the whole thing out. >> i just want things not to define 22 years of my child. >> reporter: sit more than pictures of crime and homicide statistics when your son is among the 12 murder victims. >> the sheriff showed up at my home at 4:20 on tuesday. to tell me my only child had been shot and killed. >> reporter: families of other victims deal with their grief by carrying photos, by building memorials. >> what this needs is your help. >> reporter: interim police chief mark mcgaw met with residents last night. >> this used to be d. c.'s record, now it's pgs record. >> we were just really concerned and wanted to find out more about what's going on and what the plan police to do about it. >> reporter: one answer, enhance patrols in problem areas with an additional 150 officers on the street. not everyone, the chief says is at risk. >> they're not random and they're not connected and that's what i want to reassure the community, the police department is working night and day. the police department has not sle
taylor and tyrel reed on the floor for kansas, matt hill now replaces gary johnson for the longhorns. >> clark: a little more size. rick barnes saying with those two offensive rebounds i better get matt hill back out there to try to deal with those morris guys -- particularly, morris, although tristan thompson is matched up now. >> verne: hill gets back. taylor. nope. joseph. here is the fullcourt pressure. j'covan brown, back to the freshman cory joseph. a little cheap reacharound foul. josh selby. >> clark: that is a terrible foul there. >> verne: tonight on cbs. a night of drama and mystery beginning with "c.s.i.: miami." followed by "the mentalist." and a new edition of "48 hours mystery" tonight on cbs. joseph's first trip to the line. >> clark: verne, that was a throw-away foul there. >> verne: i happened to look over at -- the minute the foul was called and he was in -- bill self the minute the foul was called and he was in agony coupled with anger. >> clark: sometimes the first-year guys don't lock into the situation. it can be costly. lucky he only gets one of the two. >> ve
. >> thanks, gary. >>> trouble with the terps on the hardwood. we'll tell you what the maryland head coach had to say the day after the loss. >>> if you're in tv and want guaranteed ratings, a hot russian spy promises to reveal all the secrets. that's what anna chapman is doing to entice new viewers to her talk shows. she's not opening up about her years of undercover work here in the united states. the producers say it will be exposing the secrets of the world. [ male announcer ] are you paying more and more for cable and enjoying it less and less? stop paying for second best. upgrade to verizon fios and get tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month for a year. call now and we'll include a multi-room dvr free for 12 months. record shows in one room and watch them in up to six other rooms. there's no term contract required. you can cancel anytime with no early termination fee. fios is a 100% fiber-optic network that delivers the best channel lineup, superior picture quality, more hd; plus the fastest internet in the u.s. why keep paying for cable? get fios tv, internet and phone for just
, there is another category, candidates who were constant presences on . take gary bauer, if you ll who ran in 2000 after being a prominent anti-aboion spokesman. whmention him? it's a great reason tohow you the most fun pitical event of all time. gary uer competing ithe bquik presidential pancake flipoff in w hampshire. >> whoa! chris: the cameracouldn't even ke that. john, you have been there before. expect any late announcements fothe republican, all late announcements? >> everybodis going to be late. you lk at the record of some of those guys that g in early, republican candidates are studying that tape. nobody wants to get in ever in any race, you never get in earlier than you want to. chris: obama got in about this time. >> he thght he had because he ddn't get in then, too many donors and activists woulbe ne. the dynamic to get in early pushes everyone in early. the repubcan candidates is like a game of reverse chicken. nobody sees anybody going eept for one. >> sarah palin. >> how could s be more candid that she is running for presidt? >> i'm not sure. >> totall this is her life's goal. chr
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-7. kansas city has lost a nfl record seven straight playoff games. >>> collegeoops no when maryland coa gary willms was asked what we knew about duke, he said, not vy much. he knows de like the back of s hand. unfortunately, he's been smacked around by the blue devils in his career. gary leads the nation in wins against number one teams with seven. tonight versus top-ranked team, willry to make it eight. last year, the terps upset duke led the terrapins with 20 points. duke hasn't lost since, ripping off 24 straight wins. tonight, the maryland-duke game is at the indoor stadium. they believe they can kno off the number one tea in the couny. >> the thing you can't do is being afraid. nobody's afraid of going down there. im really confident in this team. playin duke, you get cght up with the fans. just the whole tempo of the game. some guys get out there, coaches trying to wk with us to stick with our offense and execute, find open guys. theylay defense kind of different than other teams so far. >> this is one game. i think people sometimes forget that win or lose, you'veot -- this isn't going
-game losing streak tonight against toronto. gary has highlights on that straight ahead and sacred heart versus st. ignatius prep as they battle in front of a huge crowd tonight. gary has the story and >>> everybody, tough times are here for the sharks. today started on a good note dan boyle made the all-star team and the sharks' representative but logan named in the skills competition took a cheap shot to the knee and forced from the game. did not return. his status for the near future unknown. 2-1 toronto, maple leaves up in the third and marleau to the rebound and tied at two and the sharks start to fall apart. here we g. the sharkys on their way to losing for the fifth consecutive game if the play-offs started the old saying goes tonight, sharks would not be a part of it. it's all over. clark the empty nether and the old injury -- insult injury. ron wilson the former coach won his 600th game tonight and his career reborn and jackie says they are lousy? >> awful. i'm surprised he has a job. >> fire a guy on the night he won the 600. lebron james without playing may have won the mvp awar
now replaces gary johnson for the longhorns. >> clark: a little more size. rick barnes saying with those two offensive rebounds i better get matt hill back out there to try to deal with those morris guys -- particularly, morris, although tristan thompson is matched up now. >> verne: hill gets back. taylor. nope. joseph. here is the fullcourt pressure. j'covan brown, back to the freshman cory joseph. a little cheap reacharound foul. josh selby. >> clark: that is a terrible foul there. >> verne: tonight on cbs. a night of drama and mystery beginning with "c.s.i.: miami." followed by "the mentalist." and a new edition of "48 hours mystery" tonight on cbs. joseph's first trip to the line. >> clark: verne, that was a throw-away foul there. >> verne: i happened to look over at -- the minute the foul was called and he was in -- bill self the minute the foul was called and he was in agony coupled with anger. >> clark: sometimes the first-year guys don't lock into the situation. it can be costly. lucky he only gets one of the two. >> verne: almost threw it away. >> verne: taylor is try
place may 18th. gary is in for kim coyle. >> now we can tell you what happened in case you missed they want. you will hear from big jim. penn state's joe paterno. a whole lot more coming up in sports. ,,,, ♪ i may be mud, but i have standards. mops? please. some of them have bacteria. ♪ and they try to pick me up? ew. i'm really hard to get. uh! ♪ what about love?! [ male announcer ] swiffer attracts dirt. used mops can grow bacteria. swiffer wetjet's antibacterial solution eliminates 99.9% of bacteria that mops can spread around. i like your pad! [ male announcer ] swiffer cleans better than a mop or your money back. instead of the pac ten champ taking on the big ten champ... it was third ranked t-c-u crashing the party at th >>> taking on a different look. intcument corn frogs one of wins the sprint to the endzone to give th >> end of the first quarter andy dalton faking the handoff winning it to the end zone to get them a 14-10 lead over wisconsin. up 21-13. banging his way in for the score. not going to be stopped. with 2 minutes to play. 21-19. 132 yards on the ground f
in yesterday's deadly shooting inside a san francisco coffee shot. the shooting happened near polk and gary streets. it happened just about 4:30 on thursday. the suspect chased terry turner inside the cafe and fatally shot him and then ran away. the suspect's name is being withheld at this time. turned out to be a really nice afternoon. we had sunshine and temperatures into the 60s. and it looks like the weekend is going to be nice, too. the forecast is coming up. appalled appalled drastic budget problems continue to playing the state. >>> in concord, parents rallied outside on friday and plan to do so every friday until the next month until a final decision is made by the school district as to which schools will be closed in the district. they are looking to close several schools. silver wood elementary being one of them because of a huge budget deficit. if the schools are selected to be closed, this will be their final year. >>> here in morgan hill, budget cuts are looming under a new budget plan from the new governor, calfire's annual budget could be cut by one- third. also reducing the
the sharks look to snap a four-game losing streak tonight against toronto. gary has highlights on that straight ahead and sacred heart versus st. ignatius prep as they battle in front of a huge crowd tonight. gary has the story and sports. he's next. the internet on a plane! are you from the future? um, no. cleveland. listen cleveland, your savings account is stuck in the past! earn more with interestplus savings at capitalone.com. that's new school banking baby! so instead of making peanuts, your savings will be earning three times the national average. oops. sorry. three times more? i'll have that! it is now safe to go online to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? buh-bye... call me. >>> everybody, tough times are here for the sharks. today started on a good note dan boyle made the all-star team and the sharks' representative but logan named in the skills competition took a cheap shot to the knee and forced from the game. did not return. his status for the near future unknown. 2-1 toronto, maple leaves up in the third and marleau to the rebound and tied at two and the sh
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